A foreword from the prime minister outlining four "grand challenges" for economic growth and an introduction from the BBC's Andrew Neil outlining a post-Brexit Britain begin this March's release of The Parliamentary Review, which showcases areas of best practice evidenced by organisations from across Britain.
Based in Melksham, Wiltshire, White Horse Housing Association are an organisation dedicated to the building of warm, secure and - above all - affordable homes, in addition to helping to sustain rural communities and transforming lives by personal, flexible and supportive management services. Chief Executive, Steve Warran, offers insight into the issues that they and the industry face in this year's Review.
Steve Warran said, "We are delighted to have been invited to participate in this year's Parliamentary Review. It gives us with a fantastic opportunity to showcase the work we do and the wide range of services we provide to a national audience. With 364 homes across 45 different Parishes in Wiltshire and Somerset, and an ambitious development programme for the future, we are dedicated to providing new affordable homes in rural communities for many years to come".
Now a key fixture in the political calendar, The Review's chief editor, David Curry, says he looks forward to having the hard work of all the representatives involved being shown to their audience: "With such an extraordinary range of organisations involved, this year's Parliamentary Review will undoubtedly be some of the most insightful reading that could be recommended for politicians and businesses alike".
Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that "British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review."
White Horse Housing Association's article can be viewed here.